Real Betis blames West Ham for making the Fornals deal stale.

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Ramon Alargon, CEO of Real Betis of Spain’s La Liga blamed West Ham‘s computer and processing systems for being inefficient. As a result, the purchase of midfielder Pablo Fornals has not been able to meet the deadline of February 1st. But hope to receive concessions.

The Hammers have agreed to sell Fornals for £7 million. They were about to send electronic documents to each other but there were problems before the deadline. causing the negotiations to remain unfinished UFABET 

“In the case of Fornals, there were problems at the last minute. Betis sent all the documents correctly and on time.” Opening mouths with ‘Estadio Deportivo’

“It doesn’t just happen to us. But there is also another negotiation between West Ham and another team.” 

“We hope that the matter will be cleared up in the next few days.”

“ The two sides have reached an agreement. We imagine it’s a computer glitch that can be cleaned up. It is being accelerated and we try to be optimistic. ” 

Another deal that fell through was that Said Benrahma was about to move to Olympique Lyon but missed the deadline and was criticized by ‘OL’ for doing business with a lack of respect for each other and acting incomprehensibly. despite wasting more than 11 hours of continuous negotiations